As long as I've been reading, I don't recall anyone mentioning the fact that you can watch all of the previous games on the SEC's official site. Just select "SECVIDEO" up top, then "FULL GAMES" in the lower left.
You can also (theoretically) watch classic games, though all I see available right now are the '92 and '94 Bama-Florida matchups, which is still 50% awesome.
One of the reasons I think RBR separates itself from many other football blogs is the depth of knowledge about the game that a great many of its members possess. In that sense, a site like the SEC's which offers our games up for our review (and enjoyment), and allows us to watch the performance of our opponents to better gauge their abilities, would only add to the quality of our conversations and analysis.
This site is also a great boon to Bama fans scattered throughout the nether regions that lay outside Our Sweet Home. While it may not be live, at least you'll be able to actually watch that game you missed because you live in some godforsaken frozen cornfield where they figure the Minnesota-Youngstown State game is what people want to watch that Saturday.
Maybe everyone already knows about this, but if you didn't, enjoy!
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